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My First Words in Maori

By Stacey Morrison | Paperback / softback | 1 Review(s)

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Help your tamariki to korero Maori with this brilliant first words book by Stacey Morrison, gorgeously illustrated by Ali Teo and John O'Reilly.

My First Words in Maori equips your whanau with the first words you need to speak te reo at home together.

With lively pictures labelled in Maori and... read more

Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
03 Sep 2019
Author(s)
Stacey Morrison
Publisher
Penguin Group (NZ)
ISBN-13
9780143773337
Dimensions
215mm x 275mm x 15mm
Pages
32
Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
03 Sep 2019
Author(s)
Stacey Morrison
Publisher
Penguin Group (NZ)
ISBN-13
9780143773337
Dimensions
215mm x 275mm x 15mm
Pages
32

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13 Sep 2019

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My First Words in Maori

This is the second book the Morrison’s have
published in time for Maori Language week.
Each book purchased comes with a lovely
set of flash cards in a linen bag (while stocks
last).
It’s a great place to start with young
members of the family and each page
colourful, vibrant and clear. It’s sorted into
categories including; the house, playground,
food, emotions, clothes, outside the house,
the beach and the marae.
Stacey can be an encouragement to us as
she didn’t begin to learn Maori until she was
an adult. She had wonderful mentors but it
took dedication and time to master the art.
“Stacey loves encouraging the learning
and use of our country’s beautiful native
language.”

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